Saturday, October 2, 2010
One of the hardest things about being a mil spouse is that sometimes I feel like my life is on hold. And I don't mean my life personally. I am fortunate to have a great job, amazing friends and my husband home. So I don't feel like my personal goals are in any way put on hold. But I feel like my marriage and our goals are constantly put on hold.
Trips are planned and then cancelled due to the hubs training or deployment schedules. Our weekends together are cut in half when he has to go into work, and our baby making plans will be on hold once again when the Hubby leaves in a few months.
We know we will be pcsing soon but don't know exactly when. Plans to buy a house or to go back to school or find a new job will have to wait until we know exactly when were moving
And yet even though I feel like parts of our life are on hold. I wouldn't trade it for the world. The army throws many things our way. We have learned as a couple to adapt and to adjust and to handle these things the best way we can. So even when I get frustrated about not being able to map out certain things about our life together, I have learned to take life as it comes and to just appreciate the fact that my husband is home
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